This beautiful place is hiding a little north from the Grand Canyon near town named Page, AZ. The name of it is Horseshoe Bend. The horseshoe-shaped incised meander of the Colorado River. After seeing pics of this place so many times before and realizing we aren’t too far from it we decided to make a “little loop” 😅
And it was completely worth it! The magnificent atmosphere of this view was just breathtaking...this proves that nature took care of everything in a way that even “the rocks” can be pretty😉
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🇺🇸 Horseshoe Bend, Arizona
Wohl eine der schönsten Flusskurven der Welt. Der Horseshoe Bend ist beeindruckend und zeigt die Kraft von Wasser besonders eindrucksvoll. Diese Schlucht, die sich ebenso durch die Ebene frisst wie der Grand Canyon, ist alleine schon deswegen faszinierend, weil man eine Schlucht dieser Größe in Gebirgen erwarten würde.
Probably one of the most beautiful river curves on earth. The Horseshoe Bend is spectacular and shows the raw power of water in an impressive way.
The river, which cuts its way through the plain, forms this canyon you would expect between mountains.
“Around the Bend”. Horseshoe Bend, just south of Page, Arizona. Over the millennia the waters of the Colorado River have carved into the sandstone to create this 300m deep canyon. The river sharply turns 180 degrees. The ‘Bend’ is dramatic but equally spectacular views can be seen looking down either side.